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Banking Regulation and Third-World Debt pp 28-51 Cite a.

Banking Regulation and Third-World Debt pp 28-51 Cite as. European Banking Regulations and Third-World Debt: The Technical, Political and Institutional Issues. Studies examining the debt problem, which stress the needs of the debtor economies, took a similar line. Cite this chapter as: Griffith-Jones S. (1992) European Banking Regulations and Third-World Debt: The Technical, Political and Institutional Issues. In: Rodríguez . Griffith-Jones S. (eds) Banking Regulation and Third-World Debt. Macmillan International Political Economy Series.

Griffith-Jones, Stephany. Brighton : IDS Publications, Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, 1989. i, 26 p. ; 21 cm. Series: Institute of Development Studies discussion paper ; 271. Publication Information: Brighton : IDS Publications, Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, 1989. Series Title: Institute of Development Studies discussion paper ; 271. Subject Term: Banks and banking - European Economic Communiity countries. Development banks - Law and legislation - European Economic Community countries. Debts, External - Developing countries. Economic assistance - Developing countries. Added Corporate Author: University of Sussex.

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Key, Sydney J. (1989) ‘Financial Integration in the European Community,’ International Financial Discussion Papers 349, Washington, DC: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (04). Kindleberger, Charles P. (1984) A Financial History of Western Europe London: George Allen & Unwin. Llewellyn, D. T. (1986) The Regulation and Supervision of Financial Institutions London: The Institute of Bankers. Wellons, Philip A. (1987) Passing the Buck: Banks, Governments and Third World Debt Boston: Harvard Business School Press. Wilson, J. S. G. (1986) Banking Policy and Structure: A Comparative Analysis New York: New York University Press.

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